That’s one of the questions Blueprint Test Prep and Above the Law Career Center seeks to answer in their survey of Blueprint students preparing for the October 2012 LSAT regarding a variety of issues concerning law school and the legal system.
The series of articles based on the survey will discuss how the students’ “perceptions mesh with (and at times diverge from) reality.”
This week’s article at Most Strongly Supported asks what the Blueprint LSAT students think about their chances of admission to law school considering fewer people are applying.
The results are quite interesting, both what the LSAT takers believe and what the actual numbers have to say, so I suggest checking out the full article:
If you’re applying to law school, what do *you* think fewer applicants means?
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